National Hospitality Day 2022 has been postponed until the end of the month following the death of Queen Elizabeth II.
The event, designed as a celebration of the industry, was due to take place on 16 September but has been pushed back to 30 September.
A statement on the event's website said: "We want National Hospitality Day to be a celebration of our fantastic industry and the brilliant people who work within it. After discussions between the partner charities and participating businesses we felt it was only right to postpone the event to allow us all time to mourn Her Majesty The Queen.
"In the meantime, we'll continue to promote the event in the build-up to the day at the end of the month, and we'd love to hear about what you're planning.
"It's also worth mentioning that all the partner charities will continue their work during this time supporting those in our industry who need it most. Each charity website is up to date with the latest information on how they're supporting the industry during these uncertain times."
The first National Hospitality Day was held in 2021 and encouraged people to visit their favourite hospitality venues, while operators were invited to put on activities and offers to celebrate the sector and its suppliers.
Businesses were asked to incorporate a fundraising element into their activities to support charities including Hospitality Action, Springboard, the Drinks Trust and the Licensed Trade Charity, and over £50,000 was raised as a result.
Visit the National Hospitality Day website to find out more.